Hot off the loom is our latest Wyte Active unisex socks! We have included our signature fist bump logo and a touch of red to give you that extra swag. These socks are great for gym wear, street wear or just in the comfort of your home. Get your KEEXS on!
This Sneaker Art draws inspiration from works of the legendary Lemi Ghariokwu, a Nigerian artist and designer
who is most renowned for providing many of the original cover images for the recordings of Fela Kuti.
Fela Anikulapo Kuti or simply Fela was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, musician, composer, pioneer of the
Afrobeat music genre, human rights activist, and political maverick.
This classic 3.0 is our 3rd version of upgrade from the Fela Kuti collection released in 2016 with a lighter, improved non-slip outsole and more refined vegan leather upper.
The phrase “True blue” stands for being Loyal and unwavering in one’s opinions or support for a cause… Are you “True Blue” when it comes to your country? Are you a patriot and an agent of positive change?
This classic 3.0 is our 3rd version of upgrade from the Fela Kuti Collection released in 2016 with a lighter, improved non-slip outsole and more refined vegan leather upper.
Introducing our Black Pride Baseball Cap, lightweight, durable and stylish. The soft cotton is so comfortable you’ll barely realise you’re wearing it, one size fits all with our easy adjustable strap back.
These go well when paired with our your Tees, tracks or jean and also great to finish off that smart casual look. Get your KEEXS on!
Hot off the loom is our latest Black pride low cut unisex socks! We have included our signature fist bump logo and a touch of red to give you that extra swag. These socks are great for those who want to “remain incognito” wearing their sock. Get your KEEXS on!
In 1964, living the dream of their freshly gained independence, Zambia started a space program that would put the first African on the moon, catching up with the USA and the Soviet Union in the space race.
Only a few optimists supported the project by Edward Makuka Nkoloso. Financial aid never came and a 16 year old astronaut, Martha got pregnant. That is how the heroic initiative turned into an exotic episode of the African history.
Our photographic adaption is from the works of Cristina de Middel, a Spanish documentary photographer and artist.